Empowered YOUth

Empowered YOUth

A Father and Son's Journey to Conscious Living

eBook - 2012
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Empowered YOUth: A Father and Son's Journey to Conscious Living is the heartfelt story of Michael and Jeffrey Eisen who rose up from a tumultuous, emotional past to come together in a loving, respectful relationship as father and son; coach and student. Through this engaging narrative they help deconstruct the paradigms and beliefs that contribute to anxiety, stress and unrest within the family unit. They provide a refreshing perspective on how parents and kids can work together to empower and support one another by opening the channels of communication, dissolving fear and surrendering the need for control. With a perfect balance of moving stories, applied learning, and practical wisdom, Empowered YOUth offers guidance and insights for parents, young people and educators. While adults will instantly relate to Jeffrey's struggle to connect with his children, provide for his family, and listen to his own heart's desire, young people will love Michael's honest and emotional examination of an angst-filled childhood laden with stress, sadness, isolation, and self-inflicted pressure. Through this story of a relationship broken apart and put back together, Jeffrey and Michael provide inspiration for those looking to empower the next generation in a more loving, open and intuitive way. Empowered YOUth will leave readers feeling hopeful, passionate and optimistic.
Publisher: [United States] :, Hay House Inc :, 2012.
ISBN: 9781401939403
1401939406
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
data file, rda
Additional Contributors: Eisen, Jeffrey
Alternative Title: hoopla (Digital media service)

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